If you have an experienced doctor, Robotic is the answer! He should have done at least 250. (I don't know how he gets those 250?) The robot is much more precise with A LOT LESS BLEEDING!
I had mine on Aug 11, 2006 (about
one week ago) at St Lukes in Milwaukee, WI.
I'm feeling great! Only had catheter in for 7 days. Incontinence is minimal already. I did do "some" Kegel exercises prior to surgery for about
a month (not as much as I should have.)
Good luck to you all and anyone who reads this in the future.
Post Edited (1mikec) : 8/20/2006 5:31:10 PM (GMT-6)